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. >> and hats off to john carl, media note. for putting out one of the three steel workers trotted out in front of the democratic national convention who got up there and said, you know, mitt romney is bad because bain capital closed our company and we lost our jobs. one of them didn't work at the company. he was a union organizers. >> the same problem that they had with that ad that was put out by one of the non-affiliated super pacs, on the obama committee. they need to do better in the fact checking department and i actually think the press, they did that and-- >> isn't this the party that's running our country right now? >> yes, it is. >> running or ruining? >> brit hume was very struck by something that i also-- occurred to me as i was watching both the republicans and democratic national conventions, he said he was getting a little tired of the destitution derby here. is there a candidate who's grandfather didn't work in a coal mine and who's grandmother-- you know, after a while it got to be a little bit too much. it sounded like a soap opera, both conventions. >> can i give chris mathew
there is no evidence of that. for more we go live to our senior political correspondent, trampoline carl. we love him. that was actually billy barty in a dog costumes. didn't he admit his persona was a sham? he was a sheep in wolf's clothing. i might have that backwards. he was the hope and change in a nonhope and change clothing. >> i think so. he was a master of the straight line. i don't think anybody wants to see the tone of washington change. do we want everybody to agree with one another? we want hatred. >> i think that's the only way to keep democracy alive is if we hate each other. that prevents government from growing. the only way to keep government down is by never agreeing to anything. tom, when he talks about change isn't he talking about revolution? about community organizing? about destroying the fabric of our country and perhaps replacing it with socialism? >> just a yes or no. >> i never thought of that. you know what, i am sick of presidents talking about how they learned. he keeps saying, i'll tell you something i learned. you know what, it is not reading rainbow. i don't care what
's neighbor carl. now offering pullout couch, futon or beanbag chair. ♪ he'll watch you while you sleep ♪ >> that was an explosive look at the explosively explosive documentary occupy unmasked. the film was released owed friday and -- released on friday and it was the lame stream media and they refuse to report on. with me are the film's produce expert writer-director thanks for coming, guys. let me start with the most generic of all questions. what lead you to make this film? >> we watched -- >> actually i hoped steve would answer that question. >> defer to the guy whose idea it was. actually i watched the occupy movement grow. we were talking about it last september and october, and i picked up the phone when i decided to make a movie and i called andrew bright bart. he was the one goi who followed the occupy movement from the beginning. knew its origins and knew the seedy under side. and was really the lynch pin from the conservative movement side to force people to talk about it and acknowledge that these are sh -- this is a dangerous organization. >> i said andrew is a bunch of d
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